List of places in Cumbria

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This is a list of cities, towns and villages in the county of Cumbria , England.

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Appleby Market Square Appleby Market Square.jpg
Appleby Market Square
Central Barrow-in-Furness skyline BarrowSkyline.jpg
Central Barrow-in-Furness skyline
Bassenthwaite Lake Bassenthwaite Lake.jpg
Bassenthwaite Lake
Bewcastle Cross BewcastleCross1.jpg
Bewcastle Cross
Black Combe cairn Black Combe.jpg
Black Combe cairn
Borrowdale Borrowdale at dusk.jpg
Borrowdale
Buttermere Buttermere and Fleetwith Pike.jpg
Buttermere
Carlisle Castle CarlisleCastle001.JPG
Carlisle Castle
Conishead Priory near Ulverston ConisheadPriory.JPG
Conishead Priory near Ulverston
Coniston Coniston.JPG
Coniston
Dungeon Ghyll DungeonGhyll.jpg
Dungeon Ghyll
Ennerdale Water Ennerdale Water.jpg
Ennerdale Water
Furness Abbey Furness Abbey Cumbria UK.jpg
Furness Abbey
Grizedale Tarn Grizedale Tarn.jpg
Grizedale Tarn
Kendal, canal change bridge Turning bridge Kendal.jpg
Kendal, canal change bridge
Keswick, Moot Hall Moot Hall, Keswick.jpg
Keswick, Moot Hall
Patterdale village Patterdale.jpg
Patterdale village
Silloth, West Beach SillothWestBeach.jpg
Silloth, West Beach
Silloth Port LorePrahmSilloth.jpg
Silloth Port
River Nith estuary River Nith estuary.jpg
River Nith estuary
Wasdale from Wastwater Wasdale from Wastwater 1.JPG
Wasdale from Wastwater
Walney Island Jubilee.JPG
Walney Island
Whitehaven beacon BeaconReflection2.jpg
Whitehaven beacon
Whitehaven Whitehaven Harbour - Quayside.jpg
Whitehaven
Whitehaven Maritime Festival 2005 WhitehavenMaritimeFestival1.jpg
Whitehaven Maritime Festival 2005
Windermere Windermere0.jpg
Windermere

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Dacre, Cumbria</span> Village and parish in the Lake District, England

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Muchland</span> Manor in Low Furness, Cumbria, England

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Seathwaite Fell</span> Fell in the Lake District, Cumbria, England

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Green Gable</span>

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The castles displayed on each map are those listed in the List of castles in England for the corresponding county. Click on the red or green dot to display a detailed map showing the location of the castle. Green dots represent for the most part castles of which substantial remains survive, red dots represent castles of which only earthworks or vestiges survive, or in a few cases castles of which there are no visible remains.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">St Margaret and St James' Church, Long Marton</span> Church in Cumbria, England

St Margaret and St James' Church is located about 0.5 miles (0.8 km) to the south of the village of Long Marton, Cumbria, England. It is an active Anglican parish church in the deanery of Appleby, the archdeaconry of Carlisle, and the diocese of Carlisle. The parish is one of ten local parishes which form the benefice of the Heart of Eden. The church is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade I listed building.

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